Julie waited in line at the counter, with arms piled high with large bolts of fabric in many colors, patterns, and materials. Two people were in front of her, the first being helped by another woman behind the counter, the second holding their own bolt of fabric. Over quiet discussions on lengths, Julie heard the wooshing slice of fabric shears. After a moment, Julie stepped up to the counter as the previous customers left with their cuts of fabric. A yard, two yards, the silver shine of the scissors flashed through the carefully measured fabric. Walking to the checkout counter, Julie was excited to start her next project.
Super fun in the hand and even more fun when cutting or spreading cheese, these knives are hand carved in Kenya by artisans employed to help them rise above poverty and sex trafficking.
Olive wood with painted handle
~6.5" length, 1.5" width